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a teenage by standard >>> california law says assault weapons are illegal, kind of, which exposed a loophole after watching a report a bay area legislator try to ban the bullet button you'll see what a bureaucratic mess it became all while california gunmakers tell what the law intended to ban >>> we make firearm suitable for target shooting sporting uses >>> he owns a gun factory making military-style rifles in santa clara county he runs a legal business because the rifles here come installed with bullet but in a device manufacturers have designed to abide by the state and on detachable magazines which are illegal in combination with other features, sensible it but and does not work with your finger you need a tool so the magazine is considered fixed and therefore illegal >>> that is american ingenuity >>> but he went into combat mode a bill in sacramento would have banned the bulletin hurting not just his business but also half a million californians who have to modify or give up their guns >>> it would be an illegal taking the choice is to provide registration system or somebody can right
. >>> federal investigators are expected to arrive in vallejo this week to help investigate a fire at the law office of vallejo mayor davis. the fire was quote an act of domestic terrorism because davis is a high profile figure. the suspicious fire broke out yesterday at the building that davis shares with another building. >>> a large brawl last night in san jose left a man fatally stabbed. the fight broke out this morning. when officered arrived they found a man suffering from stab wounds he was rushed to the hospital where he died. his name has not been released. the brawl reportedly involved as many as 30 people. >>> new at 10:00 tonight, concord police say tonight's hot weather may have played a role in the death of an elderly woman who's body was found in an elementary school in pleasant hill. the 86-year-old woman who suffered from alzheimer's disease went missing from her adult health care facility in concord around 4:30. when she failed to return, they called authorities and began a search. police say high temperatures in the area might have been a factor. >>> that heat will contin
and they are required to charge a dime for each one. the law kicks off for restaurants and bakeries next year. >>> here in the bay area, you are encouraged to try to take transportation or try to carpool and today marks the third spare the air day of the season. >>> sal is checking in to make sure everything is running on time, sal? >>> that is right, so far we are starting the morning off on time with all the bart trains. it is a very nice looking drive, if you are coming up to the toll plaza, no major problems getting into the city. that traffic looks good on highway 17. let's go to steve. >>> maybe around daily city, passive can, i don't think it has much of a chance with it being the fog. we start with 50s for some and 40s for others. yesterday's highs, the city 8 . concord 900 and without the north eat wind and -- northeast wind and we have -- wind and we have antioch, livermore downtown oakland, they are still on the warm side. no breeze at all, west at 7, there is a tiny component with that northeast wind. high pressure controls one more day and the little low is spinning a week to 10 days and t
into law to help prevent child sexual abuse. it was prompted by penn state sex abuse scandal. the bill requires coaches and administrators to report suspected child abuse. california laws already requires reporting by teachers. >>> principal was arraigned on drug charges in san jose. police arrested eric dean lewis last thursday after he offered to supply drugs to a under cover officer. investigators later found methamphetamine and other drugs in his home. he did not enter a plea today. he is set to return to court on friday. >>> protesters marched twice in the past week smashing windows and spraying graffiti. they are protesting police brutality but many say they have gone too far. ktvu's david stevenson is live in san francisco where the police chief is meeting with neighbors. david. >> reporter: that's right. right now san francisco's police chief is having the second of two town hall meetings about the officer involved shooting and the vandalism that came after it. >> reporter: residents and merchants shared their anger about the protest and vandalism sparked by a officer involved
and abortion. there is a lot of speculation after the chief justice john roberts upheld the health reform law. they have built up some capital, some goodwill and now will push the conservative agenda. >> a look at how they could impact the next agenda, allison burns, ktvu channel 2 morning news. >>> new reports of an american airlines flight made an emergency landing after a row of seats became underboated -- unbolted. they had to be diverted after the turbulence caused the receipts to go air -- seats went airborne. this is a major blow to that airline already struggling with bankruptcy and several delayed flights. >>> they made an emergency landing because they had smoke in the dahly. they were diverted to jacksonville and the plane was then checked out. nobody on the flight was ever in any danger. yesterday they clenched that spot since 1987. >>> a win would guarantee at least one of the wildcard spots. the a's will begin a 3 game series tonight against the texas rangers. if he can 0 land sweeps texas they win -- -- if the o's sweep texas, they win and what they don't know is who they will
at the richmond refinery by passing the monitors. by law chevron was supposed to remove that pipe or monitor it and they did neither. >> they are continuing this because they have utilize this 27 times through 2005 and 2009. >> it was not discovered until 2009 when inspectors checking out another facility happen to notice. >> face all the firings of it went to the monitoring system to see how much it was. and the monitor was showing no flow. so they saw it visually, and i thought something was up. >> chevron remove the pipe in 2009 and 80 $170,000 fine to the air district. the company said it was used to legalize the line. >> there's a monitor on that floor 24 hours per day and the reason we could sure that that is because we had that that and openly shared. >> those are all manual adjustments that they make. so when they did operate as they knew they were doing it wrong .. >> it is disclosed locally but the epa is now investigating whether any of this amounts to criminal activity. the general manager maintains that safety is the number-one priority at the refinery, but could not answer why
and rest breaks. while existing laws regulate for household employees, those hired for personal attendants for children are not all covered. >> not all things are covered like meal and rest break. this makes it so that all domestic workers, regardless if you're cleaning homes or caring for the elderly or caring for people's children, they are able to also be protected. >> governor brown has ten days to sign this legislation. >>> jury selection began today for a former san francisco crime lab tech accused of stealing drugs on the job. deborah madden used to work as a lab tech for the san francisco police department back in 2009. madden is now facing federal charges of stealing cocaine from the facility, and now could face up to four years in prison if convicted. the alleged drug theft led to the closure of the crime lab and the dismissal of hundreds of cases by prosecutors. the charges against madden carry a maximum sentence of four queers in prison. >>> researchers have identified four genetically distinct types of prostate cancer. this new information is giving hope that millions of women
while the courts were deciding the constitutionallality. he -- constitutionality. the law prohibits the government from recognizing same-sex same-sex marriages when federal benefits are at stake. >>> bruce bochy put an end to melky cabrera's season today. he would not be on the post season roster during the playoffs. last month he was suspended following a positive drug test. >>> the man behind a anti- muslim film has been arrested. los angeles deputies questioned nakoula basseley nakoula earlier this month. authorities say he violated the terms of his probation on check fraud. they required him to stay away from computers. his hearing today was closed to the public. >>> we have an update on a san francisco firefighter battling breast fire, how she is doing and what the fire department is doing for her. >> and back here, look at that marine layer, squished down, things heat up around here, i will let you know how much warmer it will be as we go into the weekend. card hassles? introducing chase liquid. the reloadable card that's easy to activate and can be used right away. plus, you
: they have some of those new controversial voter i.d. laws and we will have a look at chief justice john roberts during my next update, allison burns, ktvu channel 2 morning news. >>> there could be a worldwide shortage of disposable diapers after a chemical plant that makes them was hit by an explosion. a fire and several workers were hurt on saturday. that plant makes most of the world's disposable diapers and the pressure will increase at other facilities to make up that shortfall. >> justin bieber fans saw a different side justin bieber tour over the weekend. he actually threw up on stage twice. luckily for the fans he finished the show. he tweeted a photo of himself resting up for his next tour which includes oakland. >>> they will pay tribute to police officers and firefighters. it is called blue mass and will honor first responders. a service and luncheon will be held at the antioch catholic church. it starts at 10:30 a.m. >>> they are looking to increase the only homeless services program. it offers the homeless a place to shower, eat and get some medical care. one of the founde
at 7:00, the laws of new water testing service. live in san francisco where the port of san francisco two companies who provide water service at a price. >> that's right, gasia. the jd call and they will come. these are five-year contracts for the two companies to provide the water taxi service as an alternative to getting into street cabs or the traditional ferry. >> all clear? . >> all clear. >> the boat is called gain changer and that's exactly what the founders hope their company will be. >> traffic is easier. >> providing a new water taxi service to people in san francisco and marin county. instead of taking a ferry or conventional taxi or town car, the 42-foot boat can carry up to a dozen passengers across the bay. >> you call, we pick you up, as opposed to being on a schedule or set route. >> the water taxi will be able to take passengers to three san francisco locations, fishermen's wharf and at&t park. san francisco water taxi will run only between the san francisco location. >> they have the rights to land on our property we designate as long as they provide back a set of th
driver. it's officially endorsed by california law. more on the technology some google employees are already using to go for work. today we're looking at science fiction becoming tomorrow's reality. the airwaves and is self driving a car to accelerate california's leadership an economist vehicles. a new law allows the driverless cars on public roads for testing as long as there is a licensed and insured driver behind the wheel and a threat to the dmv to adopt regulations for the vehicle and drivers. they asked when the public might get their hands on this vehicle. pickens distressing looking at me answer this question. they believe will save lives 99 percent of all traffic and fatal accidents are caused by human error. piper also opens up the possibility of blinds driving. self driving cars automatically align themselves with precision and allowing people to do something else while technically driving there's still a lot of work for the engineers to do they have to answer questions like what happens at the tire blows out or the computer fails? cbs five. >>> is a guilty pleasure
in on the new law that kicks in january. >>> caught on camera blowing through a red light and expense of find that in top $500. they say cameras don't like, but four of their guilt they did five times >>> the license plate number was one letter different >>> and a computer glints and her the tickets the lot is on the easy to fight the fines. >>> technology can fail and does >>> the state senator change the rules with the law that is a victory for drivers the new regulations make it easier to fight wrongfully issued tickets. it prohibits the use a red light cameras to make money require warning signs and and snitch tickets when an innocent ticket recipient man not be required to identify the actual driver who committed a violation. >>> the new rules don't put the brakes on red light cameras it is still considered a safety told the driver should get a fair shake linda yee cbs 5 >>> dozens of balloons filled the sky to remember 12 year-old girl just move to the bay area when a car hit and killed her reporter don knapp in the bottle. >>> hundreds gathered beneath nevada was hills and sand marin
of money >>> a set of new laws gives the public utilities commission more power regulate pg&e. the first requires the cpuc to adopt safety regulations made by the national transportation safety board. other two give more power evaluate the state utilities and regulate bonuses. assemblyman jerry hill says they put the cpuc on notice. he blames lax regulations and the cause of the san bruno gas pipeline explosion that killed eight people two years ago. >> this is now the law and a requirement. and assemblyman hill said the law is aimed to change the culture at pg&e. and a spokesperson says it is working with the cpuc to make change autos we're working to change the culture at pg&e so that safety is put first in everything we put in the field. >> they have yet to fine pg&e for its role. >> coming up next expansion of a trader joe's peanut butter recall. >> nice work when you get it. the golf course for a very good cause, the story coming good cause, the story coming up. this is a lot of food for 4 bucks. yeah... think they made a mistake? i don't know - maybe. the fried cheese melt is back
news. >>> three bills all focusing on natural gas pipeline safety were signed into law by governor brown. sam hill, whose district includes san bruno, said these bills have strict requirements on the cpc. they require a gas pipeline safety recommendation which is made by the ntsb which oversees the nation's pipeline infrastructure. another requires them to adopt strict regulation for pipe lane safety, and the third ensures that all executives are paid based on stock price and earnings. >>> new details tonight in the arrest of an elementary school principal. felony drug charges and now something else. the search of 42-year-old eric lewis's san francisco apartment turned up something that parents might find even more disturbing than drugs. we're joined from the santa coll clara school where he was a well-liked principal. chris? >> reporter: he was very well liked and very well respected. his scores went up in his tenure here. he has been here seven years. parents still trying to process his arrest on friday. but what they didn't know is when police searched his san francisco apartmen
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the virus in san francisco were somewhere else in the bay area. confidentiality laws prevent officials from a leasing much information from about the man. for they can't say they he developed encephalitis and that he is now at home recovering. >> this patient did have an inflated civil. it tends to occur in patients who are 50 or older or patients who have been compromised immune system. this patient fit that profile. >> the coastal climate keeps the mosquito population much lower than other parts of the bay area if which is light was smile activity is a very rare. they say it is the heart disease to track so there are likely more cases that may never be afforded. what >> is really the tip of the iceberg. a lot of people have become infected. the truth is, there are more infections occurring but we're actually aware of. >> let's break this down by county to show you where was mile is most prevalent in the bay area. fifth contra costa county has seen to human cases. one human cases san francisco and one in solano. meanwhile, these counties have all said it was style activity. marin count
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will debate the law that denies recognition of same- sex marriage. several judges have struck down the law before and the obama administration does not defend it anymore. it may be months before there is a court routeing on this. >>> a gay couple is suing after their engagement photo was used without their permission in an anti-gay attack ad in colorado. they say a nonprofit group that opposes gay marriage dare darr marriage took their photo without their permission and used a caption above it. the -- the group who made the ad has no comment about this. >>> president obama seems to be widening his lead over mitt romney nationwide. but alison burns is live in our washington, d.c. bureau with the one group that seems to be rallying behind the republican nominee. >> reporter: tori, mitt romney will campaign in northern virginia. here he is meeting with veterans. the poll shows romney with a double-digit lead over president obama. he and paul ryan have stepped up their call against looming defense cuts. >> we believe in peace through strength. we believe that when america's military is strong,
and lesbian teens straight. governor brown signed the bill. the governor and the law supporters say the therapies cause psychological harm. >>> syria's president visited the capital city to witness fighting going on today. the video was posted on anti asad's troops. they haven't been able to crush the rubbles there. there are also reports that assad has ordered 30,000 more troops into battle. >>> it's a sight some didn't expect to see in oakland this time of year. the rush is on for a's play off tickets. the one factor that could still be holding some fans back. >> and a millionaire getting jobless benefits. an investigation uncovers just how many people fall into this category and what's being done to try and reverse it. w i don't spend money on gasoline. i am probably going to the gas station about once a month. last time i was at a gas station was about...i would say... two months ago. i very rarely put gas in my chevy volt. i go to the gas station such a small amount that i forget how to put gas in my car. [ male announcer ] and it's not just these owners giving the volt high pr
he can get a term of seven years when jentsed. and according to law must be released by age 21. >> 150 concerned parents showed up with a meeting to address last week's kidnapping. on friday there is a 9-year-old girl groped in the bathroom and dragged outside by her attacker. and there are add minute vaitors considering changes. >> i would drop drown and scream as loud as i can. >> and that is a fine line and something we'll talk about. >> the 25-year-old has been arrested and charged with kidnapping and child molestation. the school has begun to attack locks to gaets and considering putting up a fence. >> tonight details against a prominent gay rights advocate. he entered a not guilty plea today and there are prosecutors claiming there is more than enough evidence against him. and we're live tonight, you've seen documents and evidence that is shocking. >> it is shocking what is contained in a search warrant and he said he could not repeat any evidence in this warrant because it's too leery. the 66-year-old remained silent. he was charged with six counts of possessing and dist
of debt. you don't have to pay taxes. the problem is that law expires this year. if they don't extend that law. devastation in america with bankruptcy and things like that are amazing and we are hoping to finance it and voted to extend that. it is it an selection year. guess what is going to happen? they will. they real well i will go to another here. >> thank you for being here. what is your question. short sales on banks they are reaching a saturation point. they stopped doing it. and short sales that may take 30 or 60 or 90 days and they are going 6 or eight or nine months and distressed properties and it is affecting the total property value. >> brian: problem is on short sales, guys. those who make the rule. you can't force them states that passed laws and guide lines on how long they are getting back to you. somebody wants to walk away. unfortunately until they regulate it more, they have their own prot coal and not much you can do except hound them. as a realtor you have to hound and push them and let them know you will lose your buyer and other than that it is a tough role wit
those conditions. >> mr. president, i took an oath you know to abide to the laws of this state. you know what the laws are. >> the problem is, governor, i got my responsibilities, just like you have yours. >> reporter: kennedy sent in the u.s. marshals and the national guard to restore order, and james meredith became the first black graduate of ole miss. >> following that the riots. and all of the troubles closing in, threatening his second term. it is his last november. the president sounds exhausted. >> politically, the news is somewhat disturbing. >> reporter: a little boy climbs into his lap. hello. naughty naughty. >> why do the leaves fall? where do we go to the cape? to hyannis port? >> because it's summer. >> it's summer. >> reporter: then 11 days before he's assassinated -- >> tuesday, november 12th. >> reporter: the last words on the last tape are about the hard battle ahead. >> and so our lot becomes more difficult. >> reporter: our lot become more difficult. and that's it. last words. >> i love that. i think that's really -- i thought it was really moving, and obviously, kno
-- >> and divorced. >> but you also ran a major american law firm. what is the secret? >> i think you cannot have it all at the same time. i think you can in a way have it all as long as you can afford to be patient and not have it all at the same time. you also have to be -- you have to accept that there will be nurse, delay, along the way and be reasonable with it. so this concept that you could have it all at the same time, have your kids be a super professional, be a perfect mother, a perfect spouse, be beautifully and socially accepted, this just doesn't work. it's a matter of managing time. managing your own expectations. managing expectations that others have about you and for you. and be humble about it. >> even now, with all of your power and prominence, do you find that there are men in finance or in government who treat you in a patronizing way. >> oh, yeah. yeah. >> really? >> of course. >> oh tell us who. >> now i don't want to embarrass them. the best defense when that happens, is to -- is a very good and solid sense of humor. because at the end of the day, they are human beings as
the air district says chevron had a pipe in place to bypass the monitors by law chevron was supposed to remove the pipe they did neither. >>> they continued flaring they did use it 27 times from 2005- 2009 >>> the paw up was discovered in 2009 when other inspectors notice the flaring >>> they noticed then went to the monitoring system to see how much it was and the monetary showed no flow so they thought something was up >>> chevron remove the pipe in 2009 and paid $170,000 fine, chevron said the pipe is used to equalize the fine >>> there was a flair 24 hours a day we can go back and share the data we have the data and we share that with the industry >>> those are manual adjustments they make, when they operated the new with they're doing >>> the federal epa is now investigating whether any of this amounts to criminal activity the general manager maintain safety is the number- one priority, but could not answer why the pipe was in place or how used. >>> that is what the investigation is establishing with the epa >>> the focus of tonight's meeting is that the august 6th fire and the
at a faculty meeting on campus killing three people. despite the guilty plea, alabama state law requires a trial. the trial lasted less than one day. the jury convicted her of one count of capital murder. she avoided the death penalty by pleading guilty. >> the contract dispute between american airlines and pilots union is causing a surge of cancellations into delays. more than 100 flights or cancel today bringing the total number of cancellations to 570. american airlines won the right in court to throw out existing the airline disputes the number of cancellations spirited also believes questionable means an increase in six calls for any cancellations. >>pam: consumers are facing more fees and then free when it comes to banking and checking services despite a continued rise, experts say there are some ways that you can cut the costs. >> according to the annual look at banking fees, americans are paying more to use their own money. >> if you are a discover card customer, he may be getting a refund is in. discover bank is paying to what a $40 million $40 million charges that it pressu
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citizens to speak their minds and assemble without for freer. under the rule of law and the process they dared take guarantees the rights of all people. in other words true democracy real freedom is hard work. those in power have to resist the temptation to crack down on dissidents. in hard economic times countries must be tempted must from perceived enemies at home and abroad rather than focusing on the painstaking work that must be performed. where there were always being those average of human progress. dictators to cling to power corrupt interest that depend upon the status quo and extremist who fan the flames of hate and division. from northern ireland to south asia from africa to the americas from the balkans to the pacific we have written this convulsions that the company transitions to the new political order. a time the complex are ryan's off conflicts are... often they from the difficulties of reconciling tradition and face with a diversity and interdependence of the modern world. in every country there are those who find different religious beliefs threatening and every c
,000. >> yes. all right sandy. >> still to come. credit card penalty against stay at home moms and new law that is going to fix that. >> plus the world shortage of pork and bacon next year now appears unavoidable. who is saying this? and why. 7 news at 9 continues and why. 7 news at 9 continues right after this >> help is on the way for stay at home parents denied credit card because 3 don't have income of their own. in the next couple month the protection bury propose a rule to make it applicant without personal income to gulf for credit cards vl recent law intended to prevent card issuers from giving people more credit than they could reasonably handle. it stipulated that credit card company had to look at individual income rather than household income. it was quickly stay at home penalty. but it's changing. free checking more expensive than ever. according to the wall street journal to the avoid a monthly fee customers must now keep average balance of 7 23 dollars in the checking accoun account. that's 23 percent more than last year. and those paying for account are paying mor
self driven cars and requires the dmv governing loss. governing--laws >> this was and northern china. we spoke about this employee riot. 2000 workers 40's were injured. it took 5000 police officers. at least-40 workers were injured. remarkably, they had resumed production as early as last night. proponents of apple could be delayed with the iphone 5 production of purify >> 5:12 we have a live look from new york. as the united nations general and the assembly is getting ready to meet in the work. president obama will speak at just a few minutes. we will bring you s soon as it is on the air. ron: years ago i made a promise to provide the best for my family, in sickness and in health. carol and i needed help figuring out what's covered by medicare and what's not. so we turned to the same folks we've relied on for health insurance all these years. announcer: ron and carol called anthem blue cross and found an affordable medicare supplement insurance plan, that pays for many of the costs that original medicare won't. now they have the confidence to keep making memories for years to come.
to apologize to the family but they didn't want to hear it. he will be sentenced next month but juvenile law says he must be released by the age of 21. >> a serious crash tonight, they were chasing a car full of suspected robbers when the car slammed into a minivan and struck another vehicle before coming to a stop. the woman driving the minivan had to be cut out of the vehicle she is now in emergency surgery. they took all three into custody and two were injured in the crash. >>> in san mateo today, parents fired questions at police and school district officials after a nine-year-old girl was molested and kidnapped last week. terry mcsweeney has more from parkside elementary school with changes the school is putting into place. >> i have two children that go to school here my husband came and picked them up from school that afternoon. he had no clue that even happened. we didn't find out until 5:30 in the evening. >> it was important with the information that was put out to the families was correct and accurate. so we waited until we had correct information and released it with the police d
signed two bills into law to increase privacy protection. they forbid any company or school to demand in the user name or password of potential students or employees. they cannot punish those of you do not given up at intermission. >>> were born to are for school next week. >>> i was trying to be little what. >>> that's me and high-school. rocketed to. >>> he looked just as they matured >>> when did you graduate? what you had a lot of hair. >>> i get to it a long time ago. >>> is hit five home runs yesterday wasn't enough to beat first-place texas. >>> a return of the raps. how did the real men in bl,, what appears on the surface to be an understated example of unequaled american achievement, is actually an extremely sophisticated apparatus of goodness and flavor, bonded together by a perfectly aged, all natural, tasty... gooey... blanket of love. >>> starting with pat students from around the bay area this morning looking at the hottest temperatures of an oncoming car weighed. >>> in node of the assault on the upper deck of the bay bridge. if you're heading into said francisco a head
't be intimidated. vallejo mayor osby davis' private law firm was purposesly torched over the weekend, gutting the building. this isn't the first time he has been targeted. davis has had numerous windows broken out by rocks and while he believes someone is trying to intimidate him, he says it's not working. >> i believe that the last criminal act is part of an escalating entertainment to intimidate me. it has failed. >> the mayor and his family are not getting extra police protection despite the attacks. >>> in other headlines, testimony is set to continue today in the trial of giselle esteban accused of murdering nursing student michelle le in hayward last year. in opening statements yesterday, prosecutors blamed a jealous rage for prompting esteban to kill her former friend. the defense says it was not premeditated but done in the heat of passion. >>> the body of one of two missing fishermen has washed ashore in the san mateo county coast. the man was aboard an 18-foot fishing boat when it capsized on sunday off pidgeon point. a second man is still missing. neither were wearing life jackets.
and make it work better. labor laws that make it a lot easier to hire and then to fire if you don't think you can fire, then you're less likely to hire, and that really prevented a lot of things happening in spain. they changed that back in february. maybe we'll start to see the effects. greece has so far refused to do so many things. face off against all of duopolies that prevent any kind of competition, the lowering of prices, whether it's the fuel market, the pharmaceutical market, et cetera. they've just shown very little political will to do the very tough things that need to be done. it's easier in greece to raise taxes and cut salaries than it is to do some of this other stuff that would actually make the economy grow. back to you. >> thank you. all of these pictures we've been seeing, the pictures out of both spain and out of greece over the last 18 hours or so, they have certainly had their impact on the markets. if you take a look at the u.s. equity futures at this hour, we had been looking at gains of around 20 to 30 points for the dow futures. the s&p 500 and the nasdaq have b
at least 15 days before the election. the measure becomes law on january 1st but will be delayed until the secretary of state sets up a statewide voter date database and that could take a year or longer. >> state officials confirm two people in california got ill in connection with a salmonella outbreak linked to peanut mutter lived to trader joes. they linked 29 cases to creamy salted valencia peanut butter. sold there. today the manufacturer of that peanut butter said it's recalling dozens of other butters. for a list of those items just go to the website and click on hot topics. >> a few tears may be shed in san francisco tonight. the purple onion is closing. its been a landmark on columbus avenue in north beach. it first rope are opened in 1953 and some of the bingest names in comedy and music have preformed there including woody allen, richard pryor and robin williams. the owner said that they may live on. >> we will start organizing some kind of purple onion, the same thing we do in a different venue. >> it lost it's lease after the building had been sold. a cafe, restaurant
if supervisors pass this new law would be 220 square feet of living space and that is about the size of an average parking space where i'm standing here if that helps you visualize that. let's look inside at one of these 220 square feet microapartments this a mock-up. pretty much everything has to do double duty living space, kitchen, bathroom and a closet. 220 square feet. supervisor scott weiner and his supporters say it is the only way to go in a city like san francisco you have more than 40% of the population single people living alone and the average price of a studio apartment is more than $2,000 a month. tiny is the only choice for those people. the price would be more like $1200 or $1700 a month. opponents say the city is too crowded and too dense as it is, that would only add to the problem put a strain on public transportation and not all apartments would be as swanky looking on the mock-ups they could end up with bad and bad -- with low and bad lighting. this only applies to new construction. katie marzullo, abc7 news. >>> victims of the chevron refinery fire are being tol
of their community. >> areas like this i think we can do a lot of improvement in working with law enforcement, if we all work together. >> mahmoud said he is doing his part by beautifying his business with grass and a fresh coat of paint. >> in order to fix this area up that we need to change the face of these businesses. >> thaterned mahmoud a bravo from the president of the story road business association. he witnessed a drive-by shooting at another local strip mall and perhaps more shocking to him than the shooting was he was the only one to call 911. >> so i talk to everyone of the merchants at the shopping center. why you didn't call. >> reporter: as a member of the police chief's advisory board he is urging merchants and residents to get involved, be good witnesses and he's not worried about a potential leadership void once the police chief retires in january. >> we just got to continue working on whatever we have. now because of his leaving we're going to leave the things behind. >> reporter: he can't do it alone. especially with a dwindling police force. the community leader says he needs me
the fbi and the atf to investigate that fire at the private law office of the vallejo mayor. they have called the fire an act of terrorism because davis is a high profile figure. the fire broke out around 1:30 yesterday morning. the office suffered significant damage and many of his client records were destroyed. >> happening now the 30th yearly oracle open world user conference getting started. 50,000 people are registered to attend. the areaa hound howard street is expected to be blocked and driver also likely experience delays. ceo larry ellison is scheduled to give the key note address this evening. it's expected to be a economic shot in the arm for city hotels, restaurants, cabs and retailers. >> really huge impact to the city. i think it brings a lot of revenue and we are lucky to have it. >> reporter: they are also expected to announce a mapping deal with nokia. open world runs through october 4th. > a air quality is forecast to be unhealthy for a third day in a row in the bay area leading officials to declare at spare the area alert for tomorrow. just like they did today they
? is there a law? >> that's a good question. >> is there a law? >> no, it's more of the laws of physics and biology, and we've been working on that for 20 years, sam adams triple dark became the strongest beer in the world in 1992, and we're releasing the latest version of sam adams utopias, it weighs in at about 58 proof, so you know, you can push it pretty high. >> wow. jim, the reason i'm asking that's what i had. the liquor store in where i lived gets one six-pack of beer that was 57 proof and someone said here, try this. and he said try it for the taste, and you know, i drank it, i'm telling you, one bottle, it was like drinking a whole bottle of wine, i think. and i didn't have any more. they only had one bottle, that's when i really got angry, but. >> yeah e and it's $170 a bottle. >> it is? >> a bottle. >> it is? >> yeah, that two-ounce shot you had was about a $15 shot of beer. >> no, i drank the whole bottle. >> he drank the whole bottle. >> i didn't know anything about it. and then he told me afterwards, but i was already, man, it was like that is the best beer i think i've ever had. be
because they have the same system as a meeting with the same exact law. >> before you rush out and try to find the act, bad news.not h yet. it is only available on certain android phones like this one. this is the same technology that allows you to pay for parking with yourself on. of hikes off its >> do not get caught. if zynga >>pam: in man shot by police in san francisco lead to a series of protests and evangelization. vandals had spray-painted on a mission district police department of us as well as a broken windows and more spray paint on local businesses. it was this past thursday night when police say an officer on the gang task force shot at a known gang member. that gang member has been identified as of this man from richmond. police believe he was in san francisco to retaliate in a recent murder. he was hit twice by an officer in and is in the hospital with non-life threatening injuries. at a town hall meeting early today, the chief and members of the community talk about the shooting. >> this guy was in prison for trying to retract the shooting were a 15 year old boy was
, to her credit, has immediately initiated what already exists under the law, a formal inquiry with one of our most respected independent diplomatic figures, ambassador tom pickering, former undersecretary. he is heading this up and they will get the answers. i'm absolutely confident about that. what the republicans ought to be doing is not turning the tragedy of chris stevens' death -- this means something to us. chris stevens worked on our committee. he worked for dick lugar. he was a pearson fellow. he was a terrific ambassador representing our country. he cared about libya. he was committed to libya. and what are the republicans doing? all they can do is see the politics in this. they can't see how are we going to make sure that libya continues down the road to democracy and that those 30,000 libyans who stormed the militia headquarters and stole the weapons, are backed up over the next days in efforts that will help them make libya the libya we all want it to be. that's the question here. but all the republicans can do or see is politics. >> speaking of -- >> all they can see is ex
to watch "law and order" or "30 rock." >> tonight tgf will not be the worst thing on television. it will be john stossel. who's with me? >> yeah, not surprised that liberals watch that. >> what difference does that make? >> it tells you things like if you want to reach an independent swing woman voter, buy the house and garden channel. if you want to reach a republican-leaning but less likely to vote independent swing man, go buy the golf channel. >> rove did research on blacks who might vote for bush and found many are christians who watch these tv preachers. >> now in the name of jesus, i command this debt out of my life. >> so rove placed advertisements there. >> in ohio, in 2000, bush got 2% of the african american vote. in 2004, he got 16%. we were able to identify a group of african american voters who, though, their history was overwhelming democrat, we had clues that gave us a sense they might be reachable. >> this year consultants want to reach not just swing voters, but swing voters in these 10 states. >> you take a map of the united states, and you just cross out stat
davis's private law firm was purposely torched over the weekend gutting the building. davis says he has had numerous windows broken out in the past by rocks. he believes someone is trying to intimidate him. he says it's not working. >> i believe the last criminal act is part of an escalating attempt to intimidate me. let me make it very, very clear: it has failed. >> the mayor and his family are not getting extra police protection despite the targeted attacks. >>> more testimony is planned today in the trial of murder suspect giselle esteban accused of killing nursing student michelle le in hayward last year. in opening statements yesterday, prosecutors blamed a jealous rage for prompting esteban to kill her former friend. the defense contends the killing was not premeditated but done in the heat of passion. >>> the body of one of two missing fishermen washed ashore on the san mateo county coast. he was aboard an 18-foot fishing boat when it capsized on sunday off pidgeon point. a second man is still missing. neither were wearing life jackets. two other men on board were wearing life j
in the law directly once she attained her tenure. that's quite offensive to native americans and something thathe should releasen her records. doubled down a commercial and i for the live of me can't figure out why they're debating this in massachusetts and why he's debating this. >> what i would add is that elizabeth warren within 24 hours ha her own ad whh est adarin campaign doesn't want to just leave it out there, they they're concerned enough to have her respond to camry to say this is how it went down, i didn't ask about my native american heritage. i agree with you. at a time like, there it does not seem like an -- >> one issue to quickly button this down because we opened the show with this. barack obama has tweeted nfl fans on both hands of the aisle hope the nfl referee lockout is over soo that's the tweet two the president. we have to leave it ther bntd, chris. that's it. i'm andrea mitchell. my colleague tamron hall will be next. yes, you do! don't! i've washed a few cupcake tins in my day... oh, so you're a tin expert now. is that... whoa nelly! hi, kitchen counlor here. he's
snooping. states governor signed into bills in to law and the le legislation gives protection from employers who might ghabd their log-in credentials to social media platforms. employers are also barred from firing or disciplining those who refuse to give up any information related to their social media accounts. also colleges or universities won't be allowed to demand passwords or other identifying information from students, prospective students or student groups. >>> dow jones up 4.7% this quarter, but transportation average is down. joining us is partners managing director and senior research analyst. i've watched transports for so long and i've finally decided that maybe it's different this time. maybe not as much retail. so much high frequency trading. in the past, if the transports are headed a different way that portends bad things. do you still think that holds? >> i do. the dow transports have the reputation for predicting the economy, the overall market for a basic reason. it's not that the stocks are somehow only in addition sent, it's the pulse whap's happening in the e
a 1994 law, the manufacturers are responsible for ensuring their products are safe before they hit the market. together to the fda -- according to the fda, manufacturers do not need to register products with the government before putting them on sale. critics say it allows them too much latitude to make unproven claims. >>> residents in three counties are about to get hit with a sales tax hike. it will take effect october 1. hurkiallys, pittsburg and sab pab low. increases to 8.75%. >>> counties that have developed ways to maximize jail space without compromising puplic safety. marin, santa clara, santa cruz, san francisco and yolo. part of a series of studies aimed at providing information to reduce over crowding. >> some successful counties are offering treatment programs programs. they are in the community receiving services, able to work and be with their families. >> a study of policies is set to be released next week. >>> california school rankings could undergo a shift. under the law tests can only make up 60% of a school's annual statewide rankings. it will allow schools to
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